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April 6, 2014 Updates

The DeVos family, which owns the Orlando Magic, has no plans or desire to sell the franchise, the team's chairman, Dan DeVos, told the Orlando Sentinel on Sunday. "As a family, the topic of selling the team has not come up," DeVos wrote in an e-mail message. "In fact, we are enjoying the team more than ever. Especially my father. We are very excited about our focus on winning a NBA championship. The family is fully engaged and active with the team. All four generations. Orlando Sentinel

"The Magic are not for sale." DeVos, a son of the Magic's 88-year-old senior chairman, Rich DeVos, made his comments in response to a question from the Sentinel about his family's plans. Orlando Sentinel

April 5, 2014 Updates

A league source told CSNNE.com that two teams that might be made available in the near future are the Milwaukee Bucks and the Orlando Magic. But on Friday, Powe's focus wasn't as much on future ownership. Instead, he was more locked into enjoying his time back in Boston, a city that's still near and dear to him. CSNNE.com

Getting to the NBA was only part of the professional basketball dream Leon Powe had while growing up. Powe, who was in town representing the '08 Celtics championship team during the Boston Red Sox opening ceremonies on Friday, wants to someday own an NBA team. "I always wanted to do it," Powe told CSNNE.com prior to Boston's 111-102 loss to Philadelphia. "I had a dream when I was younger to make it to the NBA, and be a businessman." Although there is not an NBA team currently for sale, Powe said he is in the process of putting together a group of potential investors in case one does hit the open market soon. CSNNE.com

March 26, 2014 Updates

Jameer Nelson sat out his fourth consecutive game when the Orlando Magic hosted the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night, but Nelson received some positive news on his sore left knee earlier in the day. Nelson underwent an MRI exam, and the exam revealed no problems. "It's gotten better," Nelson said before tipoff. "The swelling is going down. I got an MRI today to make sure everything was fine, because the swelling wasn't going down. So everything looks positive and I'm shooting to play on Friday." Orlando Sentinel

March 25, 2014 Updates
March 23, 2014 Updates

Vucevic, who went into Saturday’s game in Utah third on the team in scoring (14 ppg.) and first in rebounding (10.8 rpg.), said he addressed his teammates Friday at practiced and apologized for getting thrown out of the game. Vucevic said in the future he will focus more on his play and worry less about the officiating. ``I apologized to them that it wasn’t smart on my part, which it wasn’t,’’ he said. ``I learned from it. I kind of got carried away. I even surprised myself because I really don’t do that. I just need to focus on what happens with the team and what I can control.’’ NBA.com

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March 17, 2014 Updates

The Orlando Magic have signed center Dewayne Dedmon for the remainder of the regular season, General Manager Rob Hennigan announced today. Dedmon originally signed his first of two 10-day contracts on Feb. 25. Dedmon (#3, 7’0”, 255, 8/12/89) has appeared in three games with Orlando, averaging 2.3 ppg. and 1.0 rpg. in 2.0 minpg. He has played in 18 combined games this season with Golden State, Philadelphia and Orlando, averaging 2.5 ppg. and 2.9 rpg. in 9.0 minpg. He also appeared in 15 games with the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, averaging 15.2 ppg., 13.1 rpg., 1.3 apg., 2.33 blkpg. and 1.53 stlpg. in 33.7 minpg. NBA.com

March 15, 2014 Updates

The second 10-day contracts of swingman Adonis Thomas and center Dewayne Dedmon will expire at 11:59 p.m. Sunday night. Team officials have decided they won't sign Thomas for the remainder of the season. Orlando Sentinel

As of Saturday morning, a decision had not been made about Dedmon's future with the team. A team may sign a player to two 10-day contracts during a single season. Once the second 10-day contact expires, the team can either sign the player for the remainder of the season or let him return to the free-agent pool. Orlando Sentinel

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Two dominant big men and a couple of flashy perimeter players top the Magic's list.

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